Posted February 3, 2016

Seller of Weight and Enhancement Supplements Warned For Drug Claims

On December 11, 2015, the FDA issued a warning letter to The One Minute Miracle, Inc., following a review of the company's website which found statements made about   Miracle Diet 30 and Miracle Rock 48 to be drug claims.

Miracle Diet 30 was promoted with statements such as "Lose Weight" and Supports Appetite Control".

Miracle Rock 48 was promoted with statements such as " Unlike other sexual enhancement supplements, Miracle Rock 48 is designed to keep working in your system for up to 2 days" and " Customer Review: ... for an almost 72 year old with ED ... [n]othing works perfectly to restore me to my youthful days, but your product sure gets me a lot closer."

Miracle Rock 48 was also found to be misbranded because the label failed to provide information required by federal regulations.

Both products were recalled in September 2015 after they were found to contain an undeclared drugs.

See ConsumerLab.com's Reviews of Weight Loss Supplements and Sexual Enhancers for tests of related products.

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To read the FDA's warning letter, use the link below